Welcome, NDSU students! We are happy you have chosen to take a step toward your emotional health and well-being.
The NDSU Counseling Center provides a confidential setting in which students may explore concerns of a personal or academic nature; makes referrals; and serves as consultants for faculty and staff. Students in counseling can explore a variety of concerns which may prevent them from functioning at their optimum levels.
NDSU COUNSELING CENTER IS ACCREDITED BY THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
Please see below for important information about Counseling Center operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are sensitive to the needs of students of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, diverse backgrounds, cultures, ethnic groups, ages, and ability, and are LGBTQIA affirming.
Please see our Mission Statement page for our commitment to anti-racism.
Spring 2021 Operations During COVID-19:
**In an effort to practice healthy social distancing, the Counseling Center will not be open for in-person operations for the duration of COVID-19 pandemic. We will be providing video support via Microsoft Teams for students and telephone consultation for concerns about others during this time period. **
Make an Appointment
To schedule an appointment, call us (701-231-7671). Prior to the appointment, an email will be sent with a link to the virtual appointment. If you are having trouble finding a private location for the session, please let us know and we can provide suggestions.
>> If you are a student in crises, please call the Center at (701) 231-7671 and we will have someone speak with you as soon as possible for a crisis appointment via telephone or video. If help is needed outside of normal business hours, as always you can call the Center at 701-231-7671, and FirstLink (the FM area 24-hour hotline) will answer the call and help deal with the situation.
>> If you are concerned about someone else and would like to consult about how best to help this person, call the Center (701-231-7671) and one of the staff members will discuss your concerns with you over the phone. For more crises/emergency information see our crises intervention page: Crises Intervention.
Please take care of yourself and others by following the North Dakota Department of Health COVID-19 guidlines.
- Please click here for a link to science-based strategies to cope with coronavirus anxiety.
- Please click here for a link to ND's COVID-19 behavioral health resources page.
- Please click here for Therapy Access Online (TAO) free mindfulness exercises for coping with worry and anxiety.
- Please click here to download the Wellness Society's free coronavirus anxiety workbook.
Virtual Groups, Classes and Workshops Spring 2021 (please check back for updates):
- NDSU Cares Trainings
- Diversity Solidarity and Empowerment Group
- Health Concerns Group
- Mindfulness 3-Week Workshop
See our Groups and Classes page for details (details for some groups TBA shortly)!
WellTrack is a free resource that is available to all NDSU students, faculty and staff using your NDSU email address! It can help you to understand your feelings of stress, anxiety and/or depression, and teach you techniques to minimize these feelings. WellTrack is a self-guided and interactive way to manage your mental well-being.
To register for an account, download the WellTrack app on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store (see links below) and register using your school email address, or register online at Welltrack.com.
APA Help Center American Psychological Association's Public Information help center.
North Dakota Department of Health Suicide Prevention Web Site Designed specifically for information about suicide prevention and other issues associated with suicide.
Virtual Pamphlet CollectionStudent Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection.
Atlas of EmotionsThe Atlas of Emotions is a tool to help people better understand what emotions are, how they are triggered and what their effects are, and how to become aware of emotions before acting on them.
A site that offers mental health information especially for college students, including:
- A self-screening program for you to take if you are concerned about your own emotions or those of a friend
- A program that will answer your questions about mental health issues
- A vast mental health resource library
We discourage people from contacting us via e-mail regarding personal problems. The nature of e-mail is such that we cannot guarantee the confidentiality of your correspondence, nor do we find e-mail communications as useful as in-depth, face-to-face contact. Moreover, we cannot guarantee that we will read e-mail right away or respond in a timely fashion.
North Dakota State University Counseling Center
Location: 212 Ceres Hall
Mailing Address: NDSU Dept. 2841, P.O. Box 6050 Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Phone: (701) 231-7671
ND Relay: (800) 366-6888
Fax: (701) 231-6318
For emergency/crisis contact information, please see our Crisis Intervention Page
Online Tools and Forms
Phone: (701) 231-7671
(FM FirstLink area hotline 24/7)
BUILDING LOCATION: CERES HALL 212
Crises/Emergency: see our Crisis Intervention Page
HOURS DURING SCHOOL YEAR:
M-F | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
HOURS DURING SUMMER/BREAKS:
M-F | 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
NDSU Dept. 2841, P.O. Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050